United Kingdom-Bristol: Engineering works and construction works
Section I: Contracting authority
Main address: www.bristol.ac.uk
Section II: Object
Contract for works to extend the facilities at the National Composites Centre
The National Composites Centre (NNC1) requires an extension to it’s facility at Emersons Green in Bristol to accommodate industry leading aerospace members requirements. To facilitate this requirement an extension in the form of Workshop 4 (W4) is required to provide the manufacturing and processing space necessary. This includes member specific space and shared space.
National Composites Centre Bristol and Bath Science Park, Feynman Way Central, Emersons Green Bristol BS16 7FS
To facilitate this requirement an extension in the form of Workshop 4 (W4) is required to provide the manufacturing and processing space necessary for the WoT programme. This includes Member specific space and shared space.
The tooling suite for each member will comprise 5 large tools weighing up to 20 tonnes each and with a footprint of 20 m x 5 m, all with specific functions and hence the space required to maneuver and work with these tools is considerable. The tools will be moved using air skates to allow them to be maneuvered easily into restricted areas.
Workshop 4 must be physically connected to NCC 1 and 2 with easy access to machinery in Workshop 3 to allow the tools to be moved between processes in a consistent, controlled internal environment.
The tender pack will be launched under the OJEU restricted process on the Bravo solutions portal to 5 suppliers around the 18.6.2018 after evaluation of the responses to the selection questionnaire.
Selection criteria defined in the supplier selection questionnaire.
Section III: Legal, economic, financial and technical information
A parent company guarantee and /or bank guarantee and performance bond may be required.
Section IV: Procedure
Section VI: Complementary information
In accordance with our obligations under PCR2015 the university will observe a minimum 10 calendar days standstill at the point information on the outcome of the tender process is communicated to tenderers.